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  • posted http://www.forbes.com/sites/steveblank/2014/04/22/corporate-acquisitions-of-startups-why-do-they-fail/
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  • posted http://www.forbes.com/sites/hollieslade/2014/04/15/early-stage-startups-the-biggest-killers/
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  • posted Building a startup community is about building a great investor-startup ecosystem, it is great to see entrepreneurs wanting more than money from investors, I think it is a win-win for everyone. http://blog.startupiceland.com/2014/04/14/investor-startup-ecosystem/
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  • posted 4200 Chinese words to learn is not a big deal anymore with 10 Words a Day!

    10 Words a Day – simple application for iPhone and Android devices to develop habits in learning Chinese vocabulary.

    From everyday usage you get to know most used Chinese words and phrases. Pretty cool, considering the biggest vocabulary between competitors of 4200 words!
    The app is more like a quiz, which lets you remember all these Chinese characters while simply playing with your phone.

    So what we get under the hood? That’s amazing, but you have intelligent software here, which is learning with you. App tracks your progress in mastering Chinese and lets you to change default settings with number of words you can remember in a time. Everyone knows, that best memory is when you see and hear something. So that’s where 10 Words a Day is a leader! You see the word in Chinese, you listen to pronunciation and you check English translation from four available options. Simply as one, two and three.

    Just imagine how you will surprise yourself after starting to read all these complicated Chinese words.
    Learning Chinese vocabulary is not a nightmare anymore with 10 Words a Day mobile application.

    Give it a try and you will feel like you know not only Kung Fu!

    Google Play – http://goo.gl/AMQsXA
    iTunes – http://app2.it/10wordsaday
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